B-Reel

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B-Reel
Industry Interactive, Advertising, Design, Film, Branded Content
Founded 1999
Headquarters Stockholm, Sweden
Area served Global
Key people Founders:
Anders Wahlquist
Petter Westlund
Pelle Nilsson
Johannes Åhlund
Fredrik Heinig
Employees 150+ employees
Divisions New York, Los Angeles, London, Barcelona, Berlin
Website http://www.b-reel.com/

B-Reel is an international production company working in three areas: Commercials and Branded Content, Digital and Feature Films. The company works globally with offices in Stockholm, London, Los Angeles, New York, Berlin and Barcelona.

History[edit]

Anders Wahlquist, Fredrik Heinig, Johannes Åhlund, Petter Westlund and Pelle Nilsson[1] founded B-Reel in 1999 in Stockholm, Sweden.[2] Johannes and Fredrik were already running the Television Commercial production company Spader Knekt, later renamed St Paul. A-Com was also a founding partner, but left the company in 2001. The two related companies, Spader Knekt and B-Reel worked side by side for a several years. until the two companies merged and operated under the moniker of B-Reel. The brand encompasses creative digital, TV-Commercials and Feature Films production. In 2007 B-Reel opened an office in New York, NY. The following year they expanded to London, UK, and in 2010 B-Reel established themselves in Los Angeles, CA. In early 2013 B-Reel opened offices in Berlin and Barcelona. The company has experienced organic growth since its inception in 1999. A short overview of the company's history can also be found on Little Black Book Online.[3]

Awards and Recognition[edit]

Notable Projects[edit]

The Wilderness Downtown is an interactive music experience for Arcade Fire's song We Used To Wait. It was included in Time Magazine's list of the 30 best music videos.[4]

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